abortion

One day abortion is legal, the next day it’s not: Coronavirus sparks a ping-pong fight in Texas

The ‘minute-to-minute, hour-to-hour’ change is unheard of

‘We had women pleading’: Coronavirus abortion bans leave patients stranded

There is no way to know how long it will last

African countries are trying to liberalize their abortion laws. Trump’s ‘global gag rule’ is making that difficult.

Activists say the policy has forced some countries to take a step backward

How the Supreme Court could give hospitals the power to end Roe v. Wade

‘The hospital staff doesn’t want that political battle on their hands’

Before Roe v. Wade, women in Chicago would ‘call Jane’ to get illegal abortions

Thousands of women learned about the service from small advertisements, doctors and friends

The Supreme Court will review the ruling on a restrictive Louisiana abortion law

Clinic owners said the effect of the law would be to close most of the state’s abortion clinics, leaving only one doctor eligible to perform the procedure

Planned Parenthood opens massive new clinic in southern Illinois to meet surging demand from Missouri

The 18,000-square-foot Fairview Heights facility will be able to accommodate several thousand patients a year

‘There is no international right to an abortion’: U.S. joins coalition of 19 nations, including Saudi Arabia and Russia

The coalition also seeks to strike terms such as ‘sexual and reproductive health’ from U.N. documents

States are spending millions of dollars on abortion restrictions — in legal fees for the other side

When laws that severely limit or prohibit abortion are thrown out in court, the state has to pay abortion advocates’ legal expenses